Point of View Perspective-Taking Creative Writing Prompts - Writing with Voice
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Encourage your students to write creatively from different points of view with these engaging writing prompts! Students will enjoy thinking critically as they narrate scenes from various perspectives. With just 5-10 minutes per day, your students will practice writing with voice in response to purposeful sentence starters, mentor texts, and visual writing prompts!
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Not only do students LOVE these writing prompts, but the slides are quick and easy to assign or display, making them perfect ELA warm-ups, bell-ringers, or stations!
Here’s what you’ll get:
Your digital link will come will 30 perspective-taking writing prompts. Students will try writing with voice in a variety of ways, such as:
- An old man
- A frightened girl
- A diary
- ...and more!
Students will also try writing from 1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person points of view.
Additionally, there are three different types of prompts included (10 each):
- Sentence Starters ("Meet my bad habit...")
- Mentor Texts (Example: Rewrite the scene from Peeta's perspective...)
- Visual Prompts (Narrate in the 2nd person the perspective of a map...)
Prep is quick and easy... Just display the writing prompts on your projector or SmartBoard and have students write in their notebooks, or assign the writing prompts on a digital learning platform and have students type on the provided slides.
A quick tip for teachers...
- Read the prompt, and set the timer for 5-10 minutes.
- Encourage students to keep their pencils moving the entire time.
- Don't be afraid to write alongside them!
- At the end of the quick write session, invite students to discuss or share their thinking.
In my classroom, we start our daily writing lesson with a quick write prompt! We use a wide variety of prompts throughout the year to spiral review our writing techniques.
»If you'd like to know more about using quick writes in the classroom,read my blog post here.</a>
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